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The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Publication details, including instructions for authors and subscription information: http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~content=t716100704 On the failure to eliminate hypotheses in a conceptual task P. C. Wason a a Medical Research Council Industrial Psychology Research Group, University College, London Online Publication Date: 01 July 1960 Topic: confirmation bias
This research paper seeks to identify behavioral biases which affect individual investors at the Nairobi Securities Exchange. In addition, the relationship between gender and the behavioral biases was investigated. To conduct the study, questionnaires were issued to investors of Nairobi Securities Exchange, Kenya. A total of 58 investors responded of which 69% were men and 31% were women. Data collected for this study was analyzed using descriptive statistics and Pearson Chi-square test.... Topics: Behavioral Finance, Availability Bias, Representativeness Bias, Confirmation Bias, Disposition...
Soul Food Tape Ministry – Soul Food and the Bible – Tape 23Picked this one up at a library book sale or something similar for next to nothing. Always on the lookout for fun obscurities or sample opportunities. Nothing terribly exciting here, though.Not really sure the story behind the Soul Food Tape Ministry — nothing comes up in searches and the tape label has only an address. There’s no year, but I assume it’s from the mid-1990s, as there is a reference to “cyberspace,” but this... Topics: christian, ministry, normal bias
For the debut episode of the Normal Bias podcast, I pay tribute to hip-hop producer, MC, and DJ Tony D who died in a car accident five years ago. In addition to classic and unreleased tracks recorded by Tone and beats that go for miles, I welcome some of the many talented artists and people that worked with Tone over the years. YZ, BeFyne, Mr. Law, Shawn Lov, G from WPRB, and Dre spend almost two hours sharing their memories of Tony and paying tribute to the man. King Shameek of Twin Hype and... Topics: podcast, normal bias
Chris comes in HOT after a weekend of dealing with bedbugs. They try to discuss the History Today article, The World We Have Lost, about the western historian bias toward the West. They get off track with Christopher Columbus, the Middle East among others. Topics: Peter Frankopan, Western Bias
Of course my Bias is better than yours. My Bias can beat you bias in a fight. My Bias makes better cookies. Anyway, grab some popcorn, your friends and family, and listen to an all new episode of Chicago K Pop. Or get Erased. Toriko Style!! Topics: Blerdsonline.com, bias, ultimate bias, SNSD, SISTAR, The Ark
90 Minute presentation delivered to Schmitz Park Elementary School first and second grade parents and teachers. Odd Girls Out. Queen Bees. Girl Bullying. When did we lose our sweet little girls? Examine the cross-section of socio-emotional development, gender bias, and adolescence in the emergence of the âMean Girlâ phenomenon. What can we do as parents, educators, and supporters to promote healthy relationship among girls? Topics: gender, bias, aggression, bullying, resource, parent, girls, gender bias, presentation
In many respects clinical psychology has been more sensitive than most to issues related to gender, but many glaring problems remain to be addressed. In the clinical realm of psychology it is especially important to frame more inclusive conceptualizations of adjustment. Ursinus College developed a college-wide program aimed at greater integration of gender in the college curriculum. In this program small groups of faculty from various departments committed to curricular change joined to create... Topics: ERIC Archive, Clinical Psychology, Curriculum, Curriculum Development, Curriculum Evaluation,...
Some ratio estimators for estimating the population mean of the variable under study, which make use of information regarding the population proportion possessing certain attribute, are proposed. Under simple random sampling without replacement (SRSWOR) scheme, the expressions of bias and mean-squared error (MSE) up to the first order of approximation arederived. The results obtained have been illustrated numerically by taking some empirical population considered in the literature. Topics: Proportion, bias, MSE, ratio estimator
Usenet newsgroups within "alt.media", contributed courtesy of giganews.com. These captures omit most binary posts. Topics: alt.media.dvd.hack.ferguson, alt.media.dvd.hack.medion, alt.media.republican-bias,...
This short video reveals what's wrong with TV news and outlines a bold new plan to build a global independent alternative. Featuring interviews with Phyllis Bennis, Salih Booker, Jeff Cohen, Laura Flanders, Linda Foley, Amy Goodman, Naomi Klein, Bob McChesney, Joanne St. Lewis, and Independent World Television Chair Paul Jay Topic: tv news independent media bias
Some ratio estimators for estimating the population mean of the variable under study, which make use of information regarding the population proportion possessing certain attribute, are proposed. Under simple random sampling without replacement (SRSWOR) scheme, the expressions of bias and mean-squared error (MSE) up to the first order of approximation are derived. The results obtained have been illustrated numerically by taking some empirical population considered in the literature. Topics: Proportion, bias, MSE, ratio estimator
The effects of racism and sexism can be seen in the various elements of research methods including the selection of topics, design, sampling, measurement, and the generation of conclusions. In selecting topics, potential sources of bias such as funding sources and publishing patterns are covered. How knowledge of appropriate literature, selection of independent variables, and control of sources of invalidity can be sources of bias in design are examined. The effects of these sources in terms of... Topics: ERIC Archive, Racial Bias, Research Design, Research Methodology, Research Proposals, Sampling, Sex...
Male and female college students were given a questionnaire containing descriptions of four stimulus persons, with gender of stimulus person varied between groups. Subjects selected any of eight occupations for which the stimulus persons might be suited, and they rated the potential of such persons to be good parents. Traditional "masculinity" of the occupation rather than its prestige and status tended to elicit prejudice against women. In addition, for female subjects there was an... Topics: ERIC Archive, Bias, Occupations, Psychological Studies, Role Perception, Sex Bias, Sex Differences,...
There has recently been an increasing awareness that the United States is a culturally diverse nation. Many people have seen this diversity as a divisive force and have therefore adhered to the melting pot theory. Everyone comes out of a melting pot the same. Consequently, (1) intelligence tests have been devised that are only relevant to the experiences of nonminority children; (2) schools have refused to offer bilingual education to Chinese, Mexican, and other children whose first language is... Topics: ERIC Archive, Acculturation, Bias, Bilingual Education, Cultural Pluralism, Culture Fair Tests,...
Intentionally wasting resources and wasting resources via acts of omission are equally bad for the environment. Omission Bias is the tendency to judge harmful actions as worse, or less moral, than equally harmful omissions (inactions) so when faced with a choice, people do nothing. We are morally obligated to take action and we should. (Sunstein, 2005) Topics: p335, omission bias, ben motz, wasting resources
This study proposes improved chain-ratio type estimator for estimating population mean using some known values of population parameter(s) of the second auxiliary character. The proposed estimators have been compared with two-phase ratio estimator and some other chain type estimators. The performances of the proposed estimators have been supposed with a numerical illustration. Topics: Auxiliary variables, chain ratio-type estimator, bias
This is the third edition of a bibliography prepared in response to concern over inaccurate and inadequate representation of ethnic groups in instructional material. It is divided into four sections with commentary preceding the listings of books and journal articles pertinent to particular topics. In the first section, A Rationale for a Pluralistic Society, the commentary traces historic concerns for Americanizing the citizenry and makes a plea for recognizing that cultural pluralism is indeed... Topics: ERIC Archive, Bias, Bibliographies, Cultural Pluralism, Educational Change, Ethnic Bias, Ethnic...
This is a promotional mixtape of ZED BIAS (Sick Trumpet UK) the infamous 2 step dj-producer who has also move into broken beats, house and techno. (Sep 2007) Zed Bias is available for DJ tours. Please contact email@example.com for Asia bookings. (Sep 2007) -- Topics: zed bias, gooodness, asia, house music
Joseph Reagle's presentation at Wikimania 2006 held August 4-6th, 2006 in Boston, MA. Additional information may be found at the following URL: http://wikimania2006.wikimedia.org/wiki/Proceedings:JR1 Released under the GNU General Free Documentation License v. 1.2 and Creative Commons v. 3.0 U.S. dual licenses. You may select the license of your choice. The opinions expressed in this session do not necessarily represent those of the Wikimedia Foundation or other participants. To view/copy this... Topics: Wikimania, Wikipedia, Wikimedia, Neutrality, Media bias, POV
How can we overcome our natural inclinations to form exclusive groups? What should determine unity in the Church? Who is a "fellow heir" of God's promises? Topics: Religion, Christianity, Bible, Bias, Unity, Church, Christ
This guide for teachers, in English and Spanish, examines the role of stereotypes within the context of contemporary beliefs, ideas, and attitudes. A pre-test and post-test are included to measure the user's awareness of stereotypes. Object lessons cover the following topics: (1) definition of stereotypes; (2) racial and ethnic stereotypes; (3) prejudice; (4) racism; (5) discrimination; (6) socialization of sex roles; (7) sexual stereotypes; and (8) gender identification. A glossary of terms... Topics: ERIC Archive, Bias, Black Stereotypes, Ethnic Bias, Ethnic Stereotypes, Learning Modules, Racial...
Segmentation is a difficult and challenging problem in the magnetic resonance images, and it considered as important in computer vision and artificial intelligence. Many researchers have applied various techniques however fuzzy c-means (FCM) based algorithms is more effective compared to other methods. In this paper, we present a novel FCM algorithm for weighted bias (also called intensity in-homogeneities) estimation and segmentation of MRI. Normally, the intensity inhomogeneities are... Topics: Bias field, MRI, FCM, Segmentation, Data analysis.
Public employee unions are now using thug and Mafia style tactics to fight the actions of Wisconsin Governor Walker. Wisconsin major media have ignored this while doing everything they could to find racism in the Tea Party, but now are having to report what is really going on. Nonetheless, defeat of the recall Republican efforts on the part of unions is not assured such is the state of the public mind; one confused by biased media. Topics: Wisconsin, union thugs, media bias, recall elections
Experiential avoidance (EA) is a maladaptive coping strategy that involves avoiding unwanted internal experiences (i.e., thoughts, emotions, and physiological sensations). Although a high level of EA is associated with increased psychological distress and several forms of psychopathology, there is a lack of research on cognitive factors involved in EA. To examine whether individuals high in EA may be more sensitive to noticing negative emotional stimuli, participants with either high (n = 22)... Topics: Experiential Avoidance, Attention Bias, Stroop Task
This report contains a summary of information submitted by public and independent colleges and universities in Connecticut concerning incidents of racism and intolerance that occurred on campuses during 1993. It reviews the number, type, and disposition of incidents that occurred and describes programs and activities undertaken to promote pluralism and to educate the campus community about appropriate and inappropriate behaviors. The bulk of the report consists of summaries of incidents and... Topics: ERIC Archive, Bias, Community Colleges, Cultural Awareness, Cultural Pluralism, Ethnic Bias, Higher...
byHwang, Una; Flanagan, Kathryn A., et al; Laming, J. Martin; Badenes, Carles; Berendse, Fred; Blondin, John; Cioffi, Denis; DeLaney, Tracey; Dewey, Daniel; Fesen, Robert
We introduce a million-second observation of the supernova remnant Cassiopeia A with the Chandra X-ray Observatory. The bipolar structure of the Si-rich ejecta (NE jet and SW counterpart) is clearly evident in the new images, and their chemical similarity is confirmed by their spectra. These are most likely due to jets of ejecta as opposed to cavities in the circumstellar medium, since we can reject simple models for the latter. The properties of these jets and the Fe-rich ejecta will provide... Topics: COORDINATES, OZONE, BIAS, POSITION (LOCATION), TIME
This paper proposes a method of transforming item p-values (the proportion answering a test item correctly) to what are termed "delta" values. First used by Conrad in l948, deltas are routine statistics computed in all analyses at Educational Testing Service. Using this approach one would conclude no test bias if differences in resulting deltas are constant from item to item for the groups. Under a null hypothesis of no test bias, the sample delta differences should be distributed... Topics: ERIC Archive, Item Analysis, Test Bias
The most popular web search engine, Google, adapts its results and rankings according to the language setting of the client browser. This causes results to differ in ways intransparent to non-expert users, and leads to different views of the web being presented to different users. This study investigates this systematically. To that end, a novel method for comparing URL lists is developed, which separates differences in the URLs contained from differences in order and in rank. Google results... Topics: Google, web search engine, bias, language
This paper attempts to fill the gap in the field of communication concerning African American women. It postulates that the African American woman's unique experience with both racism and sexism influences specific types of communication when she is called upon to communicate solely with other African American women. It builds upon the psychological concept of internalized oppression among African American women and claims that it unconsciously manifests itself via small group communication.... Topics: ERIC Archive, Blacks, Females, Higher Education, Interpersonal Communication, Models, Racial Bias,...
The question of how high a response rate is needed in order for telephone surveys to obtain data that accurately represent the entire sample, was investigated via reevaluating results of three previously published studies and reporting on three 1989 studies for the first time. The three previous studies indicated that, if the sample characteristics had been estimated on the basis of respondents rather than the entire sample, the conclusions would have deviated from the true sample by 4.8%,... Topics: ERIC Archive, Interviews, Meta Analysis, Response Rates (Questionnaires), Sampling, Statistical...
We talk about the business of video game reviews. How much of a game review is honest opinion, and how much of it is advertising? Do professional publications stand to profit from giving a game a positive review, even if it might be inflated? What influence do non-professional reviewing have on the industry? All music used belongs to their respective games/studios/composers/developers/etc. Topics: downloadable content, dlc, video games, reviews, bias, media, media bias, game reviews